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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4' 2 - STATION. Aberystwyth Towyn Penmaenpool Barmouth Junc'- Pensarn Harlech Talsarnau Portma'oc Criccieth Abererch Mid-Wales. Llanidloes Tylwch Rhavader Builth Boughrood Esjilnlted I Nl'eight- ! T012s 4. 'S a) I (4 I i S; 3. S 4 9 : - Subscribers-only content

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    -Mid-Wales- Derwfnlas 4p Llanidl oes applyt iberairre.Road 34. Tylwch' 4 Glandovey 3 Rhayader 6 Ynyslas 41 Builth 9 Borth 3~1 Boughrood 7 Bow Street Si For further particulars, and to treat, apply to,- - ALFRED ASLETT, ch Secretary and General Subscribers-only content

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    MAN FINED.-A dispute having arisen on Thursday, the 24th ult., between two labourers. in an outhouse of a farm near Boughrood, Radnorshire, one of them, a man inyears, attached tothe farm for a long period, and generally of peaceable habits, Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE. 5 I I r] 1( t b 0 It t I: NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. Alt letters intended fot- publication iust be accompanied bi the name and addrest of the twriter; not veceissr; ily for publication, bite fion the Subscribers-only content

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    of line and levels w- will be within the parishes, townships, or places following, or lih someoftthem :lsssdellouGraban, 1anatephaan and Boughrood, in udt the sid eonty of adnor, ana Llyswen G ndBurydiptn sead ser AberIlyf. In the aid ooantyof Brecon. Subscribers-only content

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    line and levels will be within the parishes, townships, or pilees foilowtng, or some of them Ilandello Graban, Llanstephan, and Boughrood, in I the said county of Radnor, and liyswen, Glasbury PJpton and r Abereyfs. in the said countyof Brecon. Subscribers-only content

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    of Chichester. Rev. J. Puttick, to Alfriston V. Rev. C. Rod well, to Sproxton-cum-Saltby V., Leicestershire, Rev. J. Taylor, to Boughrood V., Radnor. Rev. W. F. Wilberforce, to Fulford V. Clerical Obituary.- On the 29th Nov., at 37, St. Johns-w Subscribers-only content

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    David's; the Rev. Canon James Allen, M.A., vicar of Castle Martin, Pem- brokeshire; the Rev. Henry de Winton, rector of Boughrood, Radnorshire ; and the Rev. David Williams, 8.D., professor of Welsh in St. David's College, Lampeter, and vicar of Subscribers-only content

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    the Rev. Wm. Morgan, rector of Hulcott, Bucks, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Rev. B. Howell, vicar of Boughrood, Radnor- shire, and prebendary of Llansaintfraed, St. David's. On tbe 9th inst., at St. John's, Exeter, Mr. William Robert Subscribers-only content

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    Accident.- At Boughrood, Radnorshire , rnday evening, a railway porter took up a gun, -" a *' the same time remarked to a fellow porter named _•*"? Look out, Charlie, I'll shoot you !" The gun went -»' killing Davies Subscribers-only content

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    Sons, Forest of Dean, on Saturday. Fatal Gun Accident. - A railway porter named Charles Davies waa shot dead at Boughrood, Radnorshire, on the Mid- Wales Railway on Friday night by a fellow employee, who took up a gnu, without Subscribers-only content

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    Haber- dashers' Company, void by the decease of the Rev. Mr. Franklin. The Rev. T. Watkins, Curate of Bronllys and Boughrood, to the Rectory of Llansaintfl'raid, near Brecon, vacant by the decease of the Rev. W. Row- land. The Hon. Subscribers-only content

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    llth instant, at Boughrood, Radnorshire, Lawrence Menry Peel, Esq., eldest son of W. H. Peel, Esq., of Aylesmore House, and of Clifton, Gloucestershire, to Katherine Maria, second daughter of the fiev. Walter de Winton, Rector of Boughrood and Llanigan, and Subscribers-only content

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    * Taylor, surgeon, &c. of the Ilay. was Pi.io-* 1 _ t0 fard ,he r * ve * 'Vye. between Boughrood and *_» Mr • „ •■ ,oriie Budde nly lost its footing, and wilh tbe rider **-(_.'._. ?* o**0 Subscribers-only content

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    £jr The new Melo limine ot __enaldi was received whh ftftj- 80-iraptunMif acclamation- j and Mr.H. KemWe's appear- . «cc and exeruoos were hailed with enthusiastic app&n-se. - ; SURREY THEATRE THIS EVISS2-N&. ! the Enieruimnsntrwill commence with a Subscribers-only content

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    SauißE, vicar of Swansea, who was seconded by the Rev. Thomas Evans. Harestephan. The Rev. H. de Winton, rector of Boughrood, wished to ask the proposers and seconders of Messrs. Cox and Squire whether they were prepared to state anything Subscribers-only content

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    9, James-street, Westbourne-terrace aged eight years, Charles CecU, son of Boydell Croxon, Esq. Db Winton.- On the Sth inst., at Boughrood Rectory, from croup I Mary Octavia, youngest chfld of the Rev. Henry de Winton aged i nine months. ! Subscribers-only content

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    "w«u -\iix- Nov. 12, at RigginheacL William Herriot Esq Milne r,„i„, KfS; Berwickshire, to Mary, younge'st^ugKf SMS Nov. 11, at Boughrood, near Brecon, by the Rev. Jeffrey Murray Lawrence Henry, eldest son of William Henry Peel Esq of Anglesmore House, Subscribers-only content

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    Lee, Fowey, Cornwall, ropemaker, Sept. 6, at 12J. MARIA Hare, Farnham Royal, Bucks, victualler, JSept. 5, at 11. ANN POWELL, Boughrood, Kadnorsh., housekeeper, Sept. 6, atO-L I'H omas Williams, Tipton. Staffordsh., ccal dealer. Sept. 5, at 12 3forge Warr, Ross, Subscribers-only content

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    of JUNE or early in JULY', lhe Undermentioned PROPERTIES, the eatate of Chandoa Frederick Chiton, deceased, situate one mile from Boughrood Station on tbe Mid-Wales Railway, 2 j from Three Cocks Junc- tion on tbe Midland, and about nine miles Subscribers-only content

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